JOB VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT: Community Supervision Officer 1
JOB CODE: PSP000/LH
POSITION #: 00118990
LOCATION: District 7-Tallapoosa Judicial Circuit-Polk and Haralson Counties
PAY GRADE: LH
TARGET SALARY: $38,524.27
POSTING CONTACT: Xaviera Wood, Xaviera.Wood@dcs.ga.gov
1. This posting is subject to close once a suitable candidate has been selected.
2. No applicant information will be accepted by email. Please apply on http://team.georgia.gov/careers/ only.
*Due to the large volume of applications received by this office, only applicants selected for interview will be notified for final applicant selection.
TheDepartment of Community Supervision (DCS) was created by HB310 in the 2015 Legislative Session. As part of the executive branch of Georgia's government, the Department of Community Supervision (DCS) is responsible for the supervision of approximately 180,000 adult felony offenders and Class A and Class B designated juvenile offenders. It is our mission to protect and serve all Georgia citizens through effective and efficient offender supervision in our communities, while providing opportunities for successful outcomes.
The Field Operations Division serves as an integral part of the Department of Community Supervision by providing supervision to offenders placed under probation supervision by the Superior Courts, offenders granted parole by the Georgia Board of Pardons and Parole, or certain juvenile offenders adjudicated for Class A or B felonies. We currently have a challenging and rewarding opportunity for a Community Supervision Officer that will become a part of the Field Operations team.
Responsibilities for this position will include:
Under supervision, supervises a full caseload of probation/parolees providing case planning and classification for purposes of tailoring supervision to an individual, conducts interviews with probation/parolees, family members, referral counselors and law enforcement personnel to determine compliance with probation/parole conditions. Investigates allegations of probation/parole violations including both technical and criminal elements. Requests and serve warrants as the situation dictates. Completes supervision reports.